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Generating psuedo-random numbers from a non-verified contract

I understand that since psuedo-randomness in solidity is deterministic, miners and hackers will be able to reverse engineer or manipulate the pieces to force their hand. However, if I had a separate contract that just determined randomness using an overly complicated calculation, which was unverified on etherscan, (people can’t see the code), would this be safe enough? If not, can you help me understand why? I would use chainlink VRF but its too expensive for what I’m trying to do.

Thank you

Generating psuedo-random numbers from a non-verified contract

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